5 Ways To Commemorate International Women's Day
We're showing solidarity for this important day in our own special way
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5/5 Dine with your leading lady
To show their support for women, The Fullerton Hotel Singapore has created a special International Women’s Day Afternoon Tea with Executive Pastry Chef Enrico Pezzelato. From now till March 31, treat your special someone to a lovely tea set featuring savoury bites like saffron salmon rillettes and avruga caviar, herbed brie with apricot chutney on hazelnut crackers and sweet treats like mango profiteroles and vanilla white chocolate cremeux.
Keen on trying out the International Women’s Day Afternoon Tea at The Courtyard, The Fullerton Hotel Singapore? Three pairs of readers will be given the chance to experience it for themselves, on us. Head to the Singapore Tatler Facebook page to find out more.